DIY Storage Shed // Bike Shed

This is a storage shed designed for the storage of kids bikes and kids toys. The goal was to build a DIY outdoor storage shed with a modern design.

This storage shed is a great weekend project and the material cost won’t break the banks. It’s a super useful DIY project.

The swinging barn style doors make it easy for kids to come and go with their bike. The shed can easily store 3 to 4 bike, both kid, and adult sizes.

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20 Replies to “DIY Storage Shed // Bike Shed”

  1. I built a shed with these plans from Ryan [ Check Details Here?> ]. The instructions were clear and easy to implement. Even a novice can be able to build fast using this plan. I'm happy I bought the plan. It also saved me much cost

  2. Sorry your garage is a mess. I am also building shed but keep all my garage clean. Looks like a shop rather a house. But thanks for sharing video

  3. Pretty cool shed , I'd be tempted to paint it just so all the cut ends are sealed .You've got some very cool DIY helper tools that ive never seen before.

  4. hi everyone ,if anyone else is searching for how to build a shed try Ichordo Shed Blueprints Fixer (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate got excellent results with it.

  5. Really cool! Have you had any issues with little critters getting in there like spiders? We're debating on building a shed or not for outside tools or toy storage but afraid that spiders may take up residency

  6. Great build mate but the screws on the corrugated roof should be through the ridges and not the valleys of the sheet. Also as the roof falls to the length of the shed the corrugated roof should run the length of the angled drop…… but awesome build mate and great to see the young lads joining in. I do thus with my son's aswell.

  7. I couldn't tell from the video if you put the screws in trough or the peak of the PVC or not. You should screw into the peak as the trough gathers water and can lead to leaks.

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